Bali is made up of a lot of tourism which is the goal of national and international tourists, as well as Bukit area. In fact there is already a lot of interesting venues, neat, beautiful and clean, but to reach the site, of course travelers have to go through some of the sights on the highway. In this way many of the problems are seen by tourists. Trafic jams, crowded buildings and of course trash scattered in many places.
The phenomenon that occurs is that people usually tend to be lonely mound of rubbish found various types, ranging from concrete, wood, leaves, glass, and plastic. Very sad state of nature, if we look at it and did not feel anything. Especially if the place is used as “runaway dumpster” that there are a lot of trees, should we forget where we get oxygen. Let us remember the 3rd grade lesson on photosynthesis, in which the material concluded that the leaves of the trees produce a gas useful to the human body, oxygen. While humans produce waste gas called carbon dioxide. In a certain size, carbon-dioxide can be absorbed by plants. But if people throw trash here and there, not enough trees that can absorb carbon dioxide will remain, in other words the amount is too excessive, carbon dioxide gas as a result is also produced motor vehicles, factories, and also burning.
Well, having this simple knowledge, is there anything we can do? It doesn’t have to be complicated, a simple one of all is to reduce the use of plastic or properly maintain the things we have that does not easily become junk alias it is not easily broken and thrown into the garbage. No matter how much money do we have to buy a lot of things, but more important is our action so that these objects can be used maximally to it’s limits. */ Dhy (translation Pajoun)